Published at: 2019-06-13 10:20 | Author: Amelia Turp-Balazs
Affan Yildirim, General Manager of Anchor Grup says his company’s long-term future lies in residential development
Where do you see your company going over the next two years?
Since I became GM of the company in 2015, we wanted to make sure that it benefited from a sustainable growth no matter how costly the projects we invested in. These include the renovation of Bucuresti Mall and Plaza Romania, which remaining available to our clients. The figures so far confirm sustainable growth and we would like to maintain the steady increase in income we enjoyed so far. However, nowadays our focus has shifted: in 2...

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